correlated response

correlated response

a change in the PHENOTYPE resulting from SELECTION for a completely different character, e.g. selection for more bristles, which in some insects can also cause sterility.
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In order to determine the effect on the other characteristics by selecting the best clones based on the volume, the correlated response to the selection was calculated with [CR.sub.y] = [i.sub.x] [H.sub.x] [H.sub.y] [r.sub.gxy] [[sigma].sub.Py] (Falconer & Mackay, 1996).
4- Direct and correlated response for some economic traits for four generations of selection.
Genetic correlations: Genetic correlations between studied traits ranged from -0.63 to -0.10 and are presented in table 3.The consequence of having a genetic correlation between traits is a correlated response to selection.
The study's findings showed a highly correlated response. Of the blinded retrospective plasma ctDNA samples assessed, 95% displayed the KRAS mutation concordant with tumour tissue, and for evaluable urine samples in the study, 92% displayed the KRAS mutation concordant with tumour tissue.
(2007) showed that genetic correlations of Pacific abalone Haliotis discus hannai between shell length and shell width were significantly positive at the early stage, which indicated that selection for shell length can result in a correlated response in shell width.
(1978) showed that the correlated response to selection was proportional to r[square root of H] Their heritability formula was developed for a single environment.
Specifically, I examine an instance of a self-organized trait that occurs as a correlated response to selection.
The trial, which correlated response to a Kaletra-containing regimen with baseline tests of protease-inhibitor resistance, provided valuable information about the drug in treatment-experienced patients.
We wanted to know whether this prediction about the timelagged correlated response was robust to different numbers of snail generations per yearly sampling interval and different infection rates of the population.
While selecting for udder measurements a correlated response in milk yield is expected.
The indirect selection response of the target traits by selecting indicator traits (correlated response per generation) was compared to the direct selection responses of the target traits after one generation by selecting the target traits (expected genetic gain per generation).